Category list : Person-centred care
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People with a learning disability or a mental health label are not treated in a respectful manner, says Terry Bryan
'Is our practice as person-centred as we think?'Subscription
Person centred practice is a major part of what we do as learning disability nurses.
Each week we pick out a practice article and pose some topics for you to debate and pose your own questions on…What do you think?
Improving person-centred care in dementiaSubscription
Failings have been identified in dementia care in acute hospitals; to address these nurses should take a person-centred, individualised approach to care
No one who watched the Panorama documentary on the Winterbourne care home for people with learning disabilities could have felt anything but extreme distress and anger.
A person-centred care approach for people with dementia should become routine practice in care homes, say Australian researchers.
Person-centred care in dementiaSubscription
VOL: 98, ISSUE: 48, PAGE NO: 30 Graham A. Jackson, MB, ChB, MRCPsych, MRCGP, is consultant old age psychiatrist, Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow